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SAMFORD UNIVERSITY 
LIBRARY 

Birmingham, Alabama 35229 

GIFT OF 
JASON MCGEHEE 



PUBLISHED ANNUALLY 
3 1 Y T HE STUDENTS OF 

HOWARD 

C 

BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA 




COPYRIGHTED, 1935 



BESS McCOMAS, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF 
JACK BELL r BUSINESS MANAGER 



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WE WISH YOU BON VOYAGE 
AS YOU LEAVE YOUR ALMA 
MATER FOR UNKNOWN PORTS. 
MAY THIS LOG OF THE ENTRE 
NOUS RECALL, IN THE YEARS 
TO COME, THE PLEASANT, 
EVENTFUL DAYS WHICH 
YOU SPENT ON THE GOOD 
SHIP HOWARD COLLEGE. 



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THE SCHOOL 
THE ATHLETES 
THE BEAUTIES 
ORGANIZATIONS 
THE FEATURE 





WITH LOVE AND DEEPEST APPRECIA- 
TION FOR HIS CONTINUED INTEREST 
IN HIS ALMA MATER, WE DEDICATE 
THE 1935 ENTRE NOUS TO WILLIAM 
ANDREW BERRY, ALUMNUS, HONOR 
STUDENT, FORMER PROFESSOR, AND 
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF TRUS- 
TEES OF HOWARD COLLEGE. 




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fter three years we are more steadfast than ever 

in our belief m our {president, whose knowledge and guid* 

ance have steered our frail craft through storm and sun- 
shirii-. He grows stronger in the face of each obstacle, 

more indomitable despite innumerable difficulties. His 

strength is assuring, his courage an inspiration. 




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Robert Allen, Evelyn Ansley, Fay Askew, Virginia Eagles, Everett Ingram, Eunice Long 




>ET us pause a moment 
to give credit where credit is due. 
A large group must have leaders, 
and some of us must be content 
to follow in some fields, but 
surely the calibre of the many is 
reflected most accurately in those 
whom they choose as pace-setters. 



As befits the president of a student body, 
Robert Allen is truly a representative stu- 
dent. He is an ex-officio member of the Stu- 
dent Council, has an active interest in dra- 
matics that is demonstrated by his member- 
ship in the Masquers, toots a mean horn in 
the Band, and just to show that he can be 
serious, is a member of Trident. . . Evelyn 
Ansley, the last of a long line of campus 
celebrities, has either inherited or acquired 
dozens of talents. She is President of the 
Women's Student Government, has twice 
been a member of the Student Council, is a 
member of Masquers, Beta Pi Theta, is on 
the "Y" Cabinet, and a member of Hypatia. 
She has been in college only three years. . . 
Fay Askew is the boy who wields the gavel 
at Y. M. C. A. meetings. He is an embryo 
scientist, a splendid student, and a swell fel- 
low generally. . . Virginia Eagles has bor- 
rowed no family laurels from her father, but 
has won plenty of her own. She is President 
of Y. W. C. A., has served on both the staff 
of the paper and the annual, has been in nu- 
merous plays and on as many athletic teams, 
and is a member of Hypatia. . . Everett 
Ingram is the man who has so successfully 



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wielded tin- baton rot the List two years .is 
drum major, f le is on the Student Council, 
has served .is assistant business manager ol 
the Entre Nous, and is .1 candidate for a 
degree with honors. . . Eunice long is 
President of the Girls' Dormitory Council, 
President of the Girls' Glee Club, h.is served 
on the Entri: Nous staff, is a member of 
Hvpana, and is a candidate for a degree 
with honors. . . Clara McEachern won the 
Birmingham Nen t Scholarship as a result of 
her high school record, and her college career 
has been a continuation of the good work. 
She is President of I Ivpatia. has twice held 
a class office, has for three years been an of- 
ficer on the B. S. U. Council. She has been 
a member o( the "Y" Cabinet and the I 
Nous staff, and is a candidate for a degree 
with honors. . . John Milt or J, called 
"I)<k" either for his professional appearance, 
or because oi his medical intentions, is a true 
gentleman if one ever lived. 1 le is .1 mem 
ber of the Student Council, belongs 
E. D., and is a member of Trident. . . 
\ lenrv Parker is as versatile as he is pleas 
ant. He has twice served 00 the Student 
Council, is a Birmingham Newi Scholarship 
winner, has been president of his class, and is 



now State President of the Baptist Student 
I Fnion. . . John Rogers, President ol Iri- 
dent, is a member ol Beta Pi Theta, an in- 
structor in the Spanish Department, belongs 

to the Masquers, and is a candidate tor a de 
gree with honors. . . I hese aren't the 
Smith Brothers, but each is a noble repre- 
sentative of an old and honorable name. 
I hev are Smith & Co.. whose stock in trade 
is one issue of the CrimSOtl each week. 
Claude is former president of both Delta 
Kappa and Masquers. 1 le has been business 
manager of the ENTRI Not S, and is now 
business manager ol the Crimson, 1 
Frank is the only sophomore ever to si • 

editor of the paper. I le is a member of the 
B. S. I '. Council, and belongs to the Mai 

quers I lonorable mentioi 

Davis. President ol the Senior ( 
and former officer in the Minis) 1 

tion. . . Doris Bridges, memb 1 D 

and the Masquers, thrice "Miss I toward," 

and thrue in the Beaut) S 

; . one swell football captain. . . I eonte 

former President ol < hi 
Y. V. net member, and member 

ol 1 Ij p.iti.i. . . I ee W '!••:■• . ■••• hi 

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"Suddenly the sky turned gray, 
The day, 

Which had been hitter and chill, 
Qrew soft and still." 

— Melville Crane. 



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SENIOR CLASS 



OFFICERS 

ut Davis President 

Thomas FoRRisrhR Vice-President 

I in i l Turner Secretary 

Clara McEachern Treasurer 




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ROB] Kl ALLEN 

WINCH \M M \ 
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(.'•inJiJii.', >■ • II; 1 1 
President i>t Student Bod 



EVELYN ANSI I 1 

IIIKMIM.II \M. II \ 
I M. B II 9, A K 

CmmdidaU fn I I: l> 

Allied Am Club (i)j I reshman Council 

r D( It. i Kappa, Si cretarj a) ; Howard 

Masqw r< i, a Pn rident (3 ; "1 be 

I Ihristopher Bean" (3) ; "Haj I 

*i W. ( A. Cabinet -t.irv 

I rr~hm.ui Stunt Chairman 1 . [unior 

Sunn Cbairmai - nior Stunt Chairman 

Pi p Squ id -• ; Beta Pi [*het« 

. Honor R"ll (1, a ; Senior Conn 
cil Memb President Woman's 

dent Organizati nea Stafl 

ic Coum il | . Howard Southern 
Parade Committi c •, ; 1 1 ; pad 1. 



JULIUS AVI JO 
BOUMINCH \M. Al \. 

Cmndidait for I II I) 



M \K(. \Kl 1 11 1/ \i;i 1 11 BOBO 
BUtMINCH \\l. \i \ 

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Book ■ Glee ( lub 1 



M \K l 11 \ BR ISI II I D 

IHPK \, VI \. 

A A II 

III I) 

Alabama Colli . I reahman I ommis- 

rion 1 Glei Club (1) ; Home I conomics 

Club . . 1 . \\ ( \. ,. • 
Squad - ; Y. 

w \ ; ; 1 low nil Southi 111 Paradi ( 'ora 
mittee 14). 



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DORIS BRID< .1 S 

UIKMIM.il \M. \i \ 
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Candidal) fot I />' l> 

"1 ad f Wi Fan" (1), 111 anting 

ol the Shn » " (a), "Dull y" ■ Midsurn 

mi 1 Night's Dream - Vlpha 

1 |>-il"n l> ium il 

(3, 1) ; Feature Section I N rai \ 

Miss 1 1"" in! S 1 low .ml 

South' I I low ml \l 1 

, i . W. C. A, Cal ihman 

Commission 1 Who's Wh pular 

Girl 



Second Ron' 

I Dl I II I l ( II I BAND 

IIIKMIM.II AM, \l \. 
It II II 

CamdidaU fti I l: !>• ■/>. , with I 

I ■ rn h 

I . Bool 
Club (3 I r- ihmao Marshal 1) H 
K..II (1, 2, 3, ; Marshal ; ; H) 

p.itii 1 1). 



(,I I NDOI , i N COl I 

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Candid 



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First Row 

1^ Mil I I \ DAVIES 

MINGH VM M \. 

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><i r< tary, Sophom orball 

Queen, Howard Southeri I How 

-i r il Southern Parade Commit! 
tary, siu.l. m Bod) ; . 'i . \v i \ i 

J w 
\ S cretary, Woman'i Student Or- 

ganization i ; l\m N Stun) 

Stunt Night 



0S< \K DAI Is 

■ Mil 111 I SPRINGS, M W. \\l \ 

Candidate foi I I: l> 

B. Y. P. (i, a), Pi Ministerial 

Pr< -i.!. • 
i . ( ...mi. il. third 
S ■ nee Cluli ; l'r< »iil< nl Senioi i 



Ml I ( III I I DOMBROW 

B HIM INCH \M. M V 

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CmmdidaU foi I I: Dearei 
Editor ni -Quill" 



1 HOM \>> I OKKI s| 1 R 

IINCH \M. VI \ 

UK \, K I K 

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Cheer 1 Stall 

M ( \ | Soph 

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Candid 

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Ki I II GRA1 I S 

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Second Row 

\ [RGIN1 \ 1 M.I I S 

IIIKMIM.ll \M. M \. 

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Candidaii foi I B /' 

ndi iii. I rethman ( ommission 
i ; Basketball i ; I hursdaj I vening" 
i), "Lady W I In 

I ..n h I low ml M ItqUI ■ 

Honor R"U (i, a : Allied Arts Club 
ii, a) j W. A. \ Bo ird i . Ma 
l|ixkr\ Club Sophomore 

Stunt (a) ; < bairman, Junioi Si 
j..r Stunt < omn Y. W. I \ 

Y.Vf.i \ 
Ridgi I' 
Siuilrni Council | ; Editor, [unioi Edition 

\ olle) Ball (3) ; 1 
Stafl Hypatia; Marshal | Pi 

Hellenic Council mittee 

M.r Historian 



I \\\ KI \( I (.KI I K 

B ll <• 

I riilt Ml (lull 

Meml iiinrl 

Ministeri 

Y. M. i \ 

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EVELYN GRIMM! K 
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First Ron 

EVA II \Kt.K \\ l 

HINCH \\l \i \ 

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Booklover*' Clu 
Assistant I ditoi Quill' 
['••n ident, Hypatii t ; Vic* 

President [unior Federation "i Clubt 
Chi Delta Phi ;. | , President 



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How .n,l l'i, ibyterian i 
i mi. in ii D 
Basketbal 
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Hypai Howard ' 

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der, Howard Southi rn (I 

'it Nighi idem 

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WA1 I I R HARP] R 

BIRMINCH \\l. \l \ 

II K \ \ \ 1 

Candidal t fot /.' S D 

I'.in Hellenic Count Parad 

min . Chi Alpha Sigma 5, t 



MELVIN in \ 1 1 

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Candidate foi I /•' I 

ii I ■ .mi 



Fhird Row 



I RANK UK k- 

BIRMINCH \\1. \l \ 
II K A 

I l: l) 
irrr, Junior ( Pan Hellenic 



EVERET1 INGR \\l 

UHI \M>. M \ 

II K * 

Candidate }•■> Ii S. Dtai 

1 

Honoi Km. 
;. 1 . Drum Majoi . ounril 

t . Assistant Business M m igt r, i 



Second Run' 



WIM Kl I) III >l SI 
BIRMINCH \\l. M \. 

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Candidate fur U.S. Degree 



HOWARD K'KD \\ 

BIRMINCH \M II \ 

Candidate foi I /.' I 



I I III I 11<>\\ I I 
MINCH \M. w \ 
A / 

Camdidatt fei I /■' I) 

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iilrril (3, ) , ; I s iki Noi - Si 



PR] STON 1 INGS1 ON 

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First Row 






I I Ml 1 I 1 AIM LONG 

ihimmiii \i \. 

( un.li.liil, •■ ' II. VHh II' 

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President t . B. S. I Council 

Pn tidi m ^ ; B. Y. P. U. K. pi 

.lli\ r > 2. \ , Pirn I.ir. Ruh.im.i li I I 

Department President ('"llr^r 

I iiion .• . Hoooi R..II t, Book- 

loi rr»' Cillh - - — ill Si inn c Cll 

: . I listOI i in ; ; Collegl , l \\ . A. < ■■ iht.iI 
( h.iirm.in EnTRE NOUS Stall 

Hypatia ; President Student Misi 

Stunt Committee (4); Km^ Committee 

XI B I DCAS 

Wll \M). \l \. 

II K I 
C.un.liJatt- fur l! s l> 



lil SS NM OMAS 
BIRMINGHAM, A I \ 

I If, X A * 

(.'anJidalf for II: .11/1 HoHOri in 

History 

Honor Roll 1 1 . . Business M 1 

Freshman Edition Crimson 1 ; Medal t"r 
'Most Representative (iirl in I reshman < 

, . \. \\ (A 1. .-. 1 i President 
Freshman Commission (i), Vict President 

; . Publicit) (h.iirm.in . St ' Commit- 
tee ( 2, 4 . ( ""." ( In Delta 
Phi (j, 41; ll..«.ir.l Southern Parade Com- 
mittee Float Sponsor, Howard-South- 
ern Parade |) j Y. W. C A Stati < lonfer- 
ence (3); 1 mki Noui Stall 1 -,. 1 . Ai 

litUM Editor 2.1 < 1 i t. . r iii (hi 

Pan-Hellenic Council 
Prophet 



Second Row 

(I \R \ Mt 1 \< ill RN 

LOI is\ nil. \i \ 
•!• M. \ A 1 

Cnndidsti foi I H Degrti %oUh ll">< 

■ 1'iiy 

liirmmr/liiim A < -.. i Scholarship; I irst 

m, N \\ ( A. ( sbinet 1 W \ 
A j ; 'i . w A Pn lident 1) ; Woman'i 
Student Organization, Secretarj 



■ iry, B. S. U. 
urrr S re Mai 

urrr, Sophomoi Pan-Hellenic 

Count lent Coun- 

l ■. rt 
Si tint hi ( 'ommiti 

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HARK \K A MOOSI 

BIRMINGH \M, \! \ 

A A 8 

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Nazareth [uniot College i, 1 ; W \ \ 
Board Basketball ill | j, 

1 ; Volley Ball ;. 1 ; V 
ganization ; Pan-Hellenic Council 

M *RG \RI I II IZABE I II PADG1 I I 

no, II N\ 

I M 

CandidaU U < II'- I > 

t Council 1 ; Freshn l iasion 

1 V w ( \ Delegati to Blue Ridge 

I E NTR I 

Si mi Committer 1 ; Pa 
i.i.l. Spoi • \ W \ 

p H 1 ilia. 



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EUGENI I'A l I I RSON 

BIRMINGHAM, M \. 

A A T 

Candidal! h < I I: D 

Ministi ri . ' ; Y. M. ( 

\ ( abint 1 . Mi ml>. 1. Band ; Membi r, Fo 

rum (4). 

1 Kl D PHI1 I IPS 

MINCH \M. \i V. 

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Studi in Bod) ..I. m. 

Sophomon 

JAM PRA I I 
(INCH vm II \ 
X A I 

CandidaU i<" I I'- I' ■ 

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First Ron 

1(11 IN ROGI K> 
BIRMINCH \M. \l \ 

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I'n -ul. tit. l ridenl Cluh ) ; B< ta Pi I 



MARJORI1 Kui'l R 

BIRMINCH \M. \l \. 

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Booklovera' Club n, a, ;. ; . II i Roll 



LEONT1 SAY! 

BIRMIMCHAMj \l \. 

A /.. \ A 1 A K 

/.' V I), ill , , 

\ W.C. A. I reshman Commission (i) ; Hon- 
oi Roll [i, a, ],4); Allied Arts ( lub i, ■ 
Chemistn Laboratory Assistant (i, .!. 
Chi Alpha SiRma -• ; . ["rcas 

P I >i It. i K ipp i ;. i : 

Parade ;. ; : I orum i ; H) patia 



EVELYN M DIM I II 

MINCH Wl. M \. 

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I aming ol the Shn w' i), Howard 
Masquers Mh. d Arti < lub i 

M r Roll I 



1IM II II KM K 

l HI I Mill \s \, \| \|, \\| \ 

Candidal! foi I Ii I 



Third Ron 

DOR01 in \\ Al Kl K 

BIRMINCH \M. M \. 

* II, \ A I. A K 

( ,lil. ll. I, it, foi I Ii I> 

W. A. A i ; Glee Club (i); Booklovcn 
Club i rreasurer, Freshman Commission 
i 'Thi I "ti lit" arers i) 1 1 ■" .iril 

Southern Paradi Committei i Midsum- 

ni.i Night's Dream Poetrj Editor, Jun- 

jut Crtmi [unioi Stunt Committei 

[unioi Stunl • : i 

I s IK' . Il"\\ ml \l 

( hi Delta Phi I 

Paradi Quill" Stan Hay 1 

Delta Kappa 



I \ SM \l I WOOD 
BIRMINGHAM,, M \ 
Candid it, foi I H 



Mill \\ 1 1 1 I I 
BIRMINCH Wl. \l \. 

Candidati foi I B 






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MINCH \M \l \. 
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(.'int. Ii, tut, ini I I! I) 

Kappa ll"" nil \l i 

Presid . • r I \ i>" 

Buaioi at Mi igei Crimton 



DOROl UN W 11 III I l 

MINCH Wl M \ 

i andidalt foi I /.' /' 

W. A. A. Board (i Via Pr< 

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\\ II I I \\1 \\ II I I Wis 

Wl M \ 

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PA1 HARRISON 

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|OHN HINGSON 

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ANN I I IZAB1 I II Bl KK\ 

MINCHAM, \\ M. \U \ 

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HAROI H |ONl S 

SPRINGS Illi. \: vi hi \ 

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1 RA< ^i Bl Kt.l K 

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J. B. KING 

BWMINCH IM, ALABAMA 

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M \rii B\ss '/' M Birmingham 

1 1 n\ Bazemorj Talladega 

M \ry 1". lii \rv Eld ridge 

Margueriti Beckett I Z Vndalusia 

Charles Mm. i & A V Townlej 

Sara I'ii. \ ri > Mi ickburn I I // Birmingham 

A i m r\ Bottoms [AT Gadsden 

M \R^ Lillian Bradford I I // Birmingham 

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Calvert Brown // A '/' Birmingham 

Dorothy Bryan [AS Birmingham 

Joi C \mm;i ii Fayette 

M \ry Carter Cope, South Carolina 

1 1 ssl I I \ll C'nl I I \ 2' .V '1*1 1 IV 

Doris C'orhftt I I // Birmingham 

Cor \ Crane \ \ <-> Birmingham 



1'iRI l I EVANS . 

S\r\h Farlbi 
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. .0 M Madison 

. . ! \ S Cullman 



Billi Fbnnbli BKN Tarrant Cirj 

Margaret dnm I \S Birmingham 

Jimmie Gravlei 1/ Birmingham 

Dorothy Gwin \ Z I!, semei 

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Martha Hargrove <l> M Birmingham 

Mari Niii Hi \r\ I I // \lbertville 

Mary Kathbrini Hili I I // Birmingham 

Mak\ Amelia Hoo I 1 // Birmingham 

Eloisi Ih \tt I I © Cullman 

Evelyn Jacks I I // Birmingham 

Ernestinj Jones 1 I // Birmingham 

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Martha Jordan Birmingham 

Morris Kellei Birmingham 

Robert Killingsworth <-> K A Birmingham 

Ruth Kytli 1 \ II Birmingham 

Clydi Leftwich I I // Birmingham 

M \rs Lynn Linton Birmingham 

M \ry Loi ise I.i (. \s Birmingham 



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II. K. Martin II K <l> . 

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Dothan 

Birmingham 

Ova Lee McCltchbon . , 'l> M Clanton 

J<u Mongli II K \ Holsten, Virginia 

M \ry Montagi i I '/> Birmingham 

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Robert Gordon Thompson . . II K <l> Birmingham 

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'The peace of great doors be for you, 
Wait at the knobs, at the panel oblongs; 
Wait for the great hinges." 

— Carl Sandburg. 




WEARERS 
OF THE 



Allen 
Batson 
Burger 
Christian 
Coli i v 

COOIM R 

fontille 

Garrett 

Harbin 

Harrison 

Johnston 

Kelso 

Langston 

M( Ki szie 

Penrod 

Spath 

Snell 

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Jonah Anderson, Norman Gar- 
rett, Captain Olin Kelso, Preston 
Langston, Jack Osborne, Alter- 
nate Captain Jim Stuart, shown 
above, and Ben Fontille and Er- 
nest Stidham, not in the picture, 
the senior players whose depar- 
ture will be keenly felt. • 



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THE SENIOR PLAYERS 

ion \ll \ND1 RSON, I enter 

■ m has done si »th 

playing ai center, and has done his pan 
h\ intercepting countless pass 

BEN FONTILLE. Fullback 

Brn Fontille returned artei i rear's ab 

. ilar li nli dm tin- ic .im 
a- fullback and irai .1 decided addition t>> 

ihf tram. 

NORMAN GARRETT, Quarterback 

Not onl) iliil Garrett, ihc last "I a l»i 1; 
line <>t Alberrville Garrett*, i;i\> 1 number 
i>t nice performances this rear, but be has 
i tin-in c< nsistentl) in pa-t seasons. 
Last war, up in Clinton, Smith Carolina 
hr played ■ large pan in bringing about 
Howard's 13-0 victor} over the Blue II 
men. 

OI I N K I I SO, Tackle < (affair, ) 

K proved himself b) being a splen- 

did captain in a \ i .1 r when the H"ini: 

wasn't -■• easy. In addition to backing 

up bis tram, in- .liil hi- part .it mil. 

PRESTON LANGSTON. Cuard 

gston might well havi ;i> hit theme 

Mi B< Faithful", fot in it's just 

what hi- hi* been t.-r four years. Ili- 

playing has been as stead) .1* a ship on 

1 aim \\ at 

JACK OSBORNE, Tackle 

N.itiiri- tirtiil Ink O borne for a tackle in 
.1 remarkable way, 1 1 • has tin- size so 

•r that positi Hi. ami he has ' \ 
hibited marked -kill throughout his career. 

ERNEST STIDHAM, ( enter 

Ernest Stidham, tin basketball threat ol 
former rearm, returned to share position "t 
rrntrr v% i t h Anderson ami Cooper, when 
In iliil semi good work. 

JIM STUART, End (AlUrnmU ( attain) 
Jim Mn. in has squeezed through tight 
pl.i' ime and come mn 

smiling. His difficult catch behind thi 
Presbyterian ^".il i- .1 sample ol hi- -kill 
nt long standing. 



Under tin- direction "t Coach "Shorty" Props! the 
li.. waul Bulldogs in.nli a tail showing during thi 
son as a whole, considering thi fact that ii was theit 
tir-t year under .1 new coach. I In team showed 1 

mil plent) nt cooperation. I In coaching stall 
included Bill) Bancroft a- backfield coach, "Pocch' 
Fayet, end coach, Murk Hughes, freshman coach, ami 
IV \\ itt Dunn, ti iini 1. 

HOWARD-MISSISSIPPI STATE 

Howard t • ■ 1 1 < u«- opened it- 1934 football season 
•• Mississippi State undet the floodlights "t Legion 
Field, rhis m.irki.l the initial pcrformanci ol a ll"« 
.ml tram under the direction ol "Shorty" Propst, In 
the tir-t quartet .1 quit k kii k put the Bulldcgs in .1 
huh-. Charle) Armstrong, State quarterback, and as 
ui«nl a passei a- was witnessed b) the Howard "Bull 
ill year, began throwing his deadl) aerials and 
^i.itr had crossed the double white stripes foi the 
tir-t touchdown. 1 In extra point was made and Mis 
sissippi led, 7 too. 1 In Howard line proved impreg 
nable and Mav. Mississippi fullback, dropped back and 
booted a tichl nual from the 1 s yard line t" maki 1 1 1 

in in 0. Howard came back strong in tin 
• •lid quarter ami aftet an exchange "t kirk- Howard 
took the hall in tin- (\\\\ yard line ami mi tin- tir-l 
pla) I "in:: Harbin dropped back ami -.hut .1 pass to 
Dan Sin II, who mailr a seemingl) impossible catch 
mi tin j; \ .1 1 il line ami squirmed ami twisted hi- wa) 
I., a touchdown. Jim Stuart converted ami tin- score 
stood id t" 7. 

I In ml halt proved In bl a kicking ami pa — inn 

duel. I at i- in tin game with tin- hall in Howard t < r 

tit. i\. Ii..li Caldwell, Mar 1 halfback, kirkul a field 

goal t r < •in tin- \i yard line to end tin scoring for the 
night. I In game ended with tin Bulldogs trying 
vainl) tu complete long passes in an effort to pull the 
game out nt tin tin-. I'i nnv Pen rod made some nici 
through tin- line ami played hi- usual "bang up" 
game. 

HOWARD-ALABAMA 

On September 1*, tin- Howard "Bulldogs" journeyed 
down tu 1 u-i aloosa to ih> battle with the might) 
Crimson I i • 1 • ol thi I niversit) ol Alabama. I his 
season opener" and "warm up" game foi Ala 
ii.un.i. but the Bulldogs proved worth) foes and the 
1. 1 n to i) does nut show the fierce and some- 
what even pla) ol the two teams. .Mali. una 
'. points in each quartet and the) had to li^ht for all 
ut them, Howard 1 aim back strong and held theit 
own until ju-t befon the hall was over. With ver) 
little time left to play, Howard showed a stubborn 
-■ but Demyanovich bucked ovei fot a touch 
down and the Bulldogs left the field trailing 1: to <i 
Win n Howell, Rile) ami Co, were in scoring i < r 

riti.rv the) found tin going much tOUgher with liar 

li-i.n. Pen rod, Smll and the other Howard boys show 
inn much tinht and ■ n'""l defense. I In- ride's p.i-- 
inn attack functioned to perfection and the) worked 
Bulldog 1 territor) and scored tluir third touch- 



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down. Harbin and Wilcox threw passes to Snell, Allen, 
Stuart and Batson for many gains and worked into 
Alabama territory often, but couldn't make those last 
few yards. Alabama's last touchdown came near the 
end of the game when a sustained drive from mid- 
field netted a marker with Demyanovich going over 
from the two yard line. 

Although they were defeated, Howard showed a 
vastly improved team and the "Bulldogs' " great line 
proved they could hold their own with the larger 
Crimson Tide forwards. 

HOWARD-PRESBYTERIAN 

Howard played its first S. I. A. A. game in Birm- 
ingham with Presbyterian College from Clinton, South 
Carolina, as opponent. Howard worked deep into 
Presbyterian territory in the first quarter on end runs 
and off-tackle slants with Harbin doing most of the 
ball carrying and, when the Presbyterian defense stif- 
fened, Jim Stuart dropped back and kicked a field goal 
from the 15 yard line to open the scoring. Soon after, 
Howard put on a fine exhibition of ball carrying. Be- 
hind fine blocking, Penrod, Harbin, Christian and 
Allen alternated in carrying the ball to the Presby- 
terian 9 yard line. Christian then hit center and find- 
ing a nice hole crossed the goal line standing up. 
After the first quarter, Howard began another drive 
which carried them to the Presbyterian 20 yard line. 
Here the drive was momentarily stopped and Harbin 
dropped back and shot a pass to Alternate-Captain 
Jim Stuart, who made a difficult catch behind the goal 
line, to make the score 15 to o. Leading, 15 to o, the 
Bulldogs seemed to "let up" and the Presbyterians put 
on an offense of their own to advance deep into How- 




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anl territory. From here, i )i r > completed two beautiful 
• to gain theii tir-t touchdown. It was on the 
laj ol the tir-t hall thai Higbee, Presbyterian 
College -:i trt \ nun, took Garrett's kick cm the 50 yard 
linr and raced so \ .1 r t! - to .1 touchdown with ui .1 band 
laid nil him. This put Presbyterian ver) much 
in the ball game and the "Bulldogs" > ame out tor the 
! ball v\ ith p I c 1 1 1 v of ti^ht ami determination. 
Howard took tin opening kick-off and began a fierce 
drive which carried them to a touchdown without los- 
ing possession "t thr ball. Penrod carried the ball 
over, from the three * anl lint-, ami kicked the extra 
pi-int t<i make the scort .:.: to 12. Allen carried the 
hall into Presbyterian territor) b) virtue "t a 40 yard 
jaunt <>rf tackle. It looked a* though he was awaj t"r a 
touchdown, but he was hauled down on the s yard line. 

.\ttir a tir-t down OH the tour, llarhin hit left tackle 

tcir a touchdown and Penrod again kicked the extra 
point to run th< score to 19-12. Howard's fifth touch- 
down was scored when a bad kick c.nr the "Bulldogs" 
-ion cit the ball cm the Presbyterian College 40 
\anl line. Harbin passed to Stuart t"r 20 yards and 
three running plays which gained is yards 
Christian carried the hall over and Penrod kicked goal. 

.1 their third tOW h- 
down cm a pa- 1 - into the end /one aftei .1 trie aerial 

atta.k had 1 the ball t" the- Howard is yard 

line. Howard -< < >r . <l again neat the end ol the game 
when Wilcoa passed to Snell, who texik the ball on the 
10 and ran the remaining \ .1 r il - !'• .1 touchdown. Scon 
4J i<i. Howard's offense was clicking to perfection in 
thi* game and the line played another tine defensive 

HOWAKD-LOYOI \ 

Aftet tnei ^e <l tin 

crapping "Bulldog" eleven )r-mi Birm- 
ingham. 1 wai hard-fought treem beginning 

; and wai picked lull ei| thiillv Loyola K 

fir»t when the game wai onlj 1 tew minutes old A 

poor kick put Howard hack cm it« own goal line anil 

alter .1 pai ,| the hall tee the 4 \ard line, Billie 

Loyola back, »kirtrd end lor the- touchdown. I he ) 



Converted, and the Meire Stood 7-O. 1 In Howard 

eleven struggled valiantly, t r\ in^ all the trick* in their 
bag, and in the- second e|uartei the "Bulldogs" suc- 
ceeded in crossing the- goal line when Snell caught 
a long pavs from llarhin. Penrod made the extra 

point, and the -ee>re Stood 7-7 till the last quarter, when 
Loyola made a lie re e drive dow n the- field tor their 
second touchdown. The final mmh was 15-7. 

HOWARD-OLE MISS 
The Howard "Bulldogs" flashed real form in down- 
inn Ole Miss, 7-6. rhis was one ol the hardest fought 

U.ime^ in which tile- "Bulldogs" participated all war. 

(lie Mi*- opened witli a bang, and scored in the 

first period h\ virtue ol terrific line plunges In Earl 

Hutson, giant fullback. K"u<i v . fleet halfback, went 

eitf tackle lor the More-. I'lie extra point was missed 

and <Me Miss led, 6-0. 

In the second period. Howard used tin- brilliant punt- 
ing ot Dan Snell to advantage, ["wo first downs ear 
ried them to the jo yard line-. Aftei three- plays u. lined 
onh '. yards, Christian, brilliant, Soph halfback, hit 
riyht guard and raced 24 yards tor a touchdown. Pen- 
rod kicked the extra point and the Bulldogs held .1 7 ' 
advantage at the- hall. 

During tin second half, Howard pi. mil a defensive 
Kami- and used the brilliant kicking ol Snell tee stave 
08 ole Miss threats. In tin fourth quarter, Dan Snell 
kicked from his own 2 yard line ami the hall rolled 

- the ( lie- MlSS -,,.,| lint . I h kie k ti.iv e le d all 

< \ ards in the- ail. 
Misa tried numerous passes in the- last period, 
but Cooper and Stidham, alert cent i> eithei brak* up 
or intercepted tin majorit) ol them 1 he mini How- 
ard team played smart football. 

HOW AIM) in, 1 1 1 HORPI 
In a rathei uninteresting name-. Oglethorpe and How 

aril played tee a scoreless In. Neither team could gain 

consistently, so tin* often r< ^ot t» <l to punting em fim 

ond downs. Oglethorpt made .1 ^ •- r m «ti ^ threat in 

the thirel epiarter when Sullivan hareh missed I pass 

een tin- Howard goal lim. How. ml carried tht ball 

into Oglethorpt teriit.m teveral t i rn < - hut just couldn't 



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make those last few yards. They seemed tired at times, 
undoubtedly from their hard-fought victory over Ole 
Miss the previous week. The team as a whole was in 
poor condition, only Christian, of the regular backfield 
starting the game. However, Harbin, Penrod and 
Allen entered the game in the first quarter and played 
the remainder of it. Their presence could not turn 
the tide enough and the Howard boys felt that they 
were tied by a slightly inferior team. 

HOWARD-T. P. I. 

Howard journeyed to Cookeville, Tennessee, in No- 
vember to do battle with Tennessee Polytechnic Insti- 
tute. This was the last game on the schedule before 
the annual "Battle of the Marne" for the Bulldogs. 
Howard showed plenty of power in midfield, but their 
offense seemed to bog down when they reached scoring 
territory. Many times during the first half, Howard 
carried the ball into T. P. I. territory only to lose it 
on downs. 

In the second quarter the Bulldogs worked to the 
15 yard line and Wilcox dropped back and passed to 
Snell over the goal line for the first touchdown. Pen- 
rod kicked the extra point and Howard left the field 
at the half with only a seven-point advantage. 

The Bulldogs came back after the intermission with 
more fight and drive and in a short time had scored 
another touchdown on a pass from Wilcox to Snell. At 
this point, the second team took the field and continued 
scoring by making two more touchdowns. One on a 
line buck by Fontille and the other on a pass from 
Thompson to Batson. The final score, 26-0. 

BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN-HOWARD 

Birmingham-Southern made her first telling stroke 
of the game near the close of the first quarter after 
having failed to make any headway for the first ten 
minutes of play, in spite of the fact that they had the 
ball around midfield and as much as 8 or 10 yards 
within Howard's territory throughout. It was a re- 
markable play in that Teel appeared to be trapped for 
a loss when he heaved the 70 yard toss to Davis, who 
carried it four yards over the line. Davis converted. 

Southern put the ball in play on Howard's 47, where 



Johnson brought it on an eight yard return of SnelPs 
42-yard punt. Johnson initiated the advance from 
scrimmage with a spirited charge through the line, 
gaining 12 yards. Teel's pass of 13 yards was caught 
by Haygood, who made four more for a first down on 
Howard's 18. On the very next play, Teel threw to 
Davis at the extreme right-hand corner of the grid- 
iron, Davis catching the ball on the Howard three for 
a 15-yard gain. 

It was the first down, and carrying the ball on across 
was simple enough as the Panther line opened up for 
Teel. Davis again added point. 

After some fruitless playing early in the third quar- 
ter, the big Davis boy decided to make seven points 
unaided, except for the assistance of Ike Young, who 
obliged as holder of the ball for placements. Davis 
charged through and blocked Pete Allen's attempt to 
punt and then grabbed the ball and raced the remain- 
ing 23 yards to Howard's goal, following with his third 
straight placement for point. 

The contest developed into a question of whether 
Howard could score or not, for the Panthers, while 
not entirely averse to increasing their margin, were 
busy guarding against the shower of passes that Charlie 
Wilcox rained over the Panther secondary, and beyond, 
during the last quarter. 

These forwards accounted for five first downs for 
Howard in the last quarter while Southern was not 
moving the sticks even once, but the farthest advance 
engineered by young Wilcox, who threw virtually all 
the passes, was to Southern's 19-yard line. 

The Bulldogs stayed out there and fought, with Wil- 
cox and Snell working overtime to complete those long 
passes, but Southern had the game in hand and was 
never in danger. 

Snell must have run 1,000 yards up field for Wil- 
cox's passes. Pat Harrison, big left tackle, was the 
standout of an out-played Howard line, and Ernest 
Stidham did good work at center early in the game 
before going out. 

After all, defeat can be accepted with no immense 
pain if you are secure in the knowledge that you have 
done your best. The Bulldogs undeniably did that. 



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The Howard "Bullpups" had a fairly 
heai . even though they met only one 

team of collegiate rank. They performed 
under the guidance of Coach Buck Hughes, 
former .stellar Tide gridironer, and acquitted 
themselves beautifully, losing only one game 
during the season. These "Pups" promise to 
be quite an addition to the Varsity in the 
fall, when they will doubtless prove a credit dH_ 
to their capable mentor. 

Plavi rs 

Center: Siniard: Guards: H. Anderson and 
le; Tackles: J. H. Colley, Dc Witt; 
Ends: Richardson, Wolfe: Halfbacks: Shaw, 
Bottoms; Fullback: Hill. 

Ri si r\i s 
Johnson, Trimm, Shinpock, Brock. 



H O WAR D 
COLLEGE 





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The 1935 basketball season scheduled eighteen games, and the How- 
ard team made a fairly good showing. With the exception of the first 
two games, there was little disparity in the scores. The Bulldogs lost 
three games to Union, three games to Southern, two to the Y. M. H. A. 
and one each to Western Kentucky, Murray Teachers, and Alabama. They were 
twice victors over Southern and Chattanooga, and downed Union once. Chojnow- 
ski was high point man in eight games, and Stidham followed with high point 
honors in four frays. 









Games 








Howard 


17 


Western Ky. 


33 


Howard 


36 


Chattanooga U. 


37 


Howard 


34 


Murray Teachers 


45 


Howard 


43 


Boys' Club .... 


3? 


Howard 


35 


Union Univ. 


30 


Howard 


...27 


Chattanooga 


77 


Howard 


73 


Union Univ. 


39 


Howard 


35 


Southern 


39 


Howard 


4? 


; Y. M. H. A. 


46 


Howard 


78 


Southern 


49 


Howard 


30 


Southern 


30 


Howard 


40 


, Y. M. H. A. 


46 


Howard 


74 


Union Univ. 


77 


Howard 


73 


Alabama 


47 


Howard 


31 


, Union Univ. 


37 


Howard 


38 


Southern 


1^ 






Howard 


37; 


Southern 


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Players 
Guards: Jim Stuart (Captain), Ed Chojnowski, Percy Yeargan, Grey Wilson. 
Centers: Norman Cooper, Ernest Stidham. 
Forwards: Dan Snell, Morris Pickens, Dewey Finley, Wilson Waites. 



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J he \^ ul leek en 

BASEBALL 



That which lies in the future can be foretold only by a seer, 
anJ we claim no occult powers, hence we cannot foretell what the 
1935 baseball season may bring forth. Judging from enthusiasm, 
application and preparation and material, the season looks indeed 
promising. The schedule at the time this publication goes to press 
is not complete, but will probably include a number of games with teams which 
make up the city league, a few inter-collegiate conflicts with imported nines, and 
the eagerlv anticipated series with the Southern Panthers. 

The material presents an unusually pleasing factor. Most of the men are sea- 
soned players, and all exhibit unusual enthusiasm. But some of them have received 
their experience on the Bulldog nine, others have garnered it on various sandlots, 
and there are enough rookies to furnish new blood and the ever-necessary compe- 
tition. 





Playi ks 
Outfield: Dewey, Finley, Preston Langston, Ed Eu- 

ll\NKS. I.UPTON BAINES. 

InficlJ: Copi i and Graves, Ed Chojnowski, Pete Al- 
ms. Dan Snei.i.. Wii.ton Batson. 

Pitchers: Ewing Harbin, Morris Pk kens. 

Catcher: Chari n W'n < ox. 

Manager: I.uke Downing. 



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ASSOCIATION 



Purpose of W. A. A. 
Character education through health. 



OFFICERS 

Ethel Howle President 

Dorothy Wilhite Vice-President 

Mary Katherine Pass Secretary 

Theo Bozeman Moore Treasurer 

Rachael Dorfman Track 

Eloise Hyatt Baseball 

Barbara Greene Tennis 

Miss Emily Cate Director 





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/"^"^HE W. A. A. lassies believe in true democracy, for all the activities of 
vLy the organization are open to every girl at Howard. There is only one 
requirement for membership in this group — to be a member of \V. A. A. 
one must attend at least fifty per cent, of the regular practices in one major 
or minor sport each year, or hike a mere fifty miles. The W. A. A. believes 
in getting results by means of reward, rather than through the use of punish- 
ment, and therefore a party is given at the end of each sports season tor those 
participating. Furthermore, the faithful few who go out for a sport each 
season for four years, receive a W. A. A. pin as recognition of their per- 
severance. 

A maid may take advantage of her privilege and change her mind as often 
as the season changes vet be within the realms of the W. A. A. In December 
she may warm up by taking part in basketball; in the spring she may turn 
her fancv to baseball; throughout the year she may shoot fleeting, deadly 
arrows at the poor bull's eye in preparation for the archery tournament in the 
spring. 

If these violent sports seem too strenuous, or at all unladylike, perhaps 
she will choose to turn her attention to ping pong, bad minton or shuffleboard. 
There is no accounting for taste, but the W. A. A. has made every effort to 
plan its program in such a way that some phase of the work, or rather, play, 
will appeal to the taste of each girl at Howard College. 

Members: Mary Ellen Adkins, Marie Bass, Julia Bazemore, Ann Berry, 
Serena Boykin, Audie Lou Compton, Katherine Covington, Rachael Dorfman, 
Virginia Eagles, Frances Faust, Barbara Greene, Margaret Hairston, Mar- 
garet Hendrix, Ethel Howie, Eloise Hyatt, Stella Jones, Kathareen Living- 
ston, Mary Louise Lucas, Ova Lee McCutcheon, Gwendolyn Melton, Burna- 
dette Montgomery, Theo Bozeman Moore, Barbara Moose, Alice Marie 
Owen, Mary Alice Parker, Anita Pass, Mary Katherine Pass, Alicce Phillips, 
Evelyn Riddle, Gracye Dell Sims, Martha Swafford, Mary Lena Taylor, Dor- 
othy Wilhite, Mildred Wilkinson, Margaret Wilson, and Mildred Wyers. 




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rc Njght drifts along the streets of the city, 
cAnd sifts down between the uneven roofs." 

— Amy Loivell. 





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DREAM of 

FAIR WOMEN 



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UE perhaps to the fact that great 
minds run in the same channel, all but 
one of the beauties presented in the fol- 
lowing pages tied for their places in the 
Beauty Section of the 1935 Entre Nous. 
Miss Bridges and Miss Terrell tied for 
first place with five votes each; Miss Mc- 
Cutcheon won second place with four 
votes; Miss Adkins, Miss Busbee, Miss 
Corbett, Miss Hargrove, Miss McKewen, 
and Miss Walker placed with three votes 
each. The judges were: Judge Charles 
N. Fiedelson, editor, "The Birmingham 
News"; John Temple Graves, III, col- 
umnist, "Birmingham Age-Herald"; Dor- 
sey Whittington, director, Birmingham 
Civic Symphony Orchestra; Sidney W . J. 
Van Scheck, artist and sculptor; and Ol- 
iver Whilldin, Jr., business man. / y 




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qA forgotten sky of bashful blue." 
— Stephen Crane. 








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MEN'S PAN-HELLENIC COUNCIL 

I In- council, composed of two representatives from each fraternity, controls and directs 

the policj of each fraternit) in its relations with the campus and 

tin- administration. 



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PI KAPPA ALPHA 

Founded at University of J irginia, 1868 



(T^WS 



ALPHA PI CHAPTER 

Established iqii at Howard College 



Colors: Garnet and Old Gold 



Floiuer: Lily of the Valley 



Publication: "Shield and Diamond'' 



Fratres in Facultate 

William Howard Crane Robert J. Taylor 

Fratres in Collegio 

Class of 1935 

Wm. Thomas Forrester . Birmingham, Ala. Frank Chase Hicks, Jr. . Birmingham, Ala. 

Walter T. Harper, Jr. . Birmingham, Ala. John Sharp Meacham . Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1936 

Thomas C. Garner, Jr. . Birmingham, Ala. Roland Earl Mackev . Birmingham, Ala. 
Earl Leslie Griffin . . Birmingham, Ala. A. M. Reid, Jr Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1937 

Harold McRee Carter .... Selma, Ala. Lonnie Dee Lindsey .... Alachua, Fla. 

Winfred M. Grissom . . Birmingham, Ala. Wm. Charles Vickers, III . Abbeville, Ala. 



Class of 1938 
George Cowgili Birmingham, Ala. Charles Griffith 



Theron Dicke Glencoe, Ala. 

Stanley Duff .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Rex Forhand Enterprise, Ala. 

Henry Grecory .... La Fayette, Tenn. 



. Birmingham, Ala. 

John King Birmingham, Ala. 

Joe Mongle Holsten, Va. 

J. V. Stuart Birmingham, Ala. 

David Telford . . •. . . Scottsboro, Ala. 



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SIGMA 

Founded at I'. M. I., 1869 



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IOTA CHAPTER 

Established iSjq at Howard College 
Colors: Gold, Black and White Flower: White Rose 

Publication: "The Delta" 

Fratres in Facultate 
Josiah D. Bancroft William H. Bancroft O. S. Causey 

Fratres in Collegio 

Class of 1935 
John J. Mii.ford, Jr. . . . Huntsville, Ala. George M. Ray Columbus, Ga. 

Class of 1936 

Otho B. Bruce .... Birmingham, Ala. Jesse B. King Birmingham, Ala. 

Thomas M. Floyd . . . Homewood, Ala. Robert B. Peake . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Lee C. Sims Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1937 

Judson Colley Troy, Ala. J. C. Smith Birmingham, Ala. 

Anderson Wallace . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1938 

Harry W. Anderson .... Dothan, Ala. Bowron F. Hale Roebuck, Ala. 

Oliver P. Bentley . . . Birmingham, Ala. William Jeffers . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Ansley Bruce .... Birmingham, Ala. Joseph King Birmingham, Ala. 

Jesse Hall Colley Troy, Ala. William Reynolds . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Norris Gleason .... Birmingham, Ala. William Sims .... Birmingham, Ala. 
William G. Vail Bessemer, Ala. 





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PI KAPPA PHI 

Founded at ( Utile ge of Charleston, 1904 



Colors: Gold and White 



ALPHA ETA CHAPTER 

Established /025 at Howard College 
Publication: "Star and Lamp" 



Ftoiver: Red Rose 



Fratres in Facultate 
Thomas V. Neal W. E. Prescott, Jr. 



Robert Allen . 
Copeland Graves 
Everett Ingram . 



Fratres in Collegio 
Class of 1935 



. Birmingham, Ala. 

. Blountsville, Ala. 

. . Ashland, Ala. 



Zebb Lucas Ashland, Ala. 

Claude Smith .... Birmingham, Ala. 
James Wittemeir Oneonta, Ala. 



Ernest Buchi 



Class of 1936 
Birmingham, Ala. Henry Allen Parker . 



. Crichton, Ala. 



Class of 1937 



Paul Allen Birmingham, Ala. 

Fay Askew Dothan, Ala. 

Lupton Baines .... Blountsville, Ala. 

Jack Bell Dothan, Ala. 

Patrick Bradford . . . Birmingham, Ala. 



Calvert Brown .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Jerrei.l Burdett Clanton, Ala. 

Jerome Davis Gadsden, Ala. 

Glenn Hearn Albertville, Ala. 

Bernard Machen .... Albertville, Ala. 



Howard Weaver Decatur, Ala. 



Class of 1938 



M. L. Braswell Ensley, Ala. 

Robert Conrad .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Bruce Evans Anniston, Ala. 

Mortimer Gwin Bessemer, Ala. 

H. K. Martin, Jr Dothan, Ala. 

Robert Thompson 



Ed Nichols Birmingham, Ala. 

Billy Robinson Albertville, Ala. 

Morgan Scott, Jr Jasper, Ala. 

Charles Sharpe .... Birmingham, Ala. 
Dennis Smart .... Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



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ALPHA LAMBDA TAU 



Founded, I (j 1 6 



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ETA CHAPTER 

Established 1(126 at Howard College 

Colors: Gold and Black Floiver: American Beauty Rose 

Publication: "The Alpha Lambda Tau Rose Leaf" 

Frater in Facultate 
Maxwell Lancaster 

Fratres in Collegio 



Class of 1935 



Jonah Anderson . 
Dewitt Dunn . . 



DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 
. Last Tallassee, Ala. 



Olin Kelso . . 
Preston Lancston 



. Birmingham, Ala. 
. . Bessemer, Ala. 



Class of iij 36 



Tracy Burger Attalla, Ala. 

Paul Davis Cherokee, Ala. 

Pat Harrison Thomasville, Ala. 

Jesse Weldon . . 



Melvin Hyatt Cullman, Ala. 

Arthur Inman Townley, Ala. 

Harry Johnston .... Birmingham, Ala. 
. Wilsonville, Ala. 



Class of 1937 



Herbert Browne . . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Norman Cooper .... Rogersville, Ala. 

Ed Eubank Decatur, Ala. 

Dewey Fini.ey Calera, Ala. 

Charles Green .... Birmingham, Ala. 



Robert O'Daniel Tallassee, Ala. 

Joel O. Rainer Verbena, Ala. 

Ed Strickland Albertville, Ala. 

Robert G. Waldrop .... Parrish, Ala. 
Buell Warren Rogersville, Ala. 



Percy Yercan Oxford, Ala. 



Class of 1938 



Auburn Bottoms Gadsden, Ala. 

J. L. Brock Enterprise, Ala. 

R. Clyde Kinnard . . . Centerville, Ala. 
Rudolph Manasco . . . Carbon Hill, Ala. 
Charles Shinpock .... Elkmont, Ala. 



Hugh Sims East Tallassee, Ala. 

Jesse Siniard Gadsden, Ala. 

Steve C. Stutts Attalla, Ala. 

Alfred Trimm Athens, Ala. 

Roscoe Wilkins .... Alexandria, Ala. 



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THETA KAPPA NU 

Founded, 1924 



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ALABAMA ALPHA CHAPTER 

Established 102+ at Howard College 
Colors: Silver, Black and Crimson 

Publication: "Theta Kappa Nu News" 



Flower: White Rose 



Den Fontille . . 

Norman Garrett 



FrATRES IX COLLEGIO 

Class of 1935 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



. Albertville, Ala. 



Winfred House 
Jim Stuart . 



Birmingham, Ala. 
. Cleveland, Ohio 



Class of 1936 

Hermon Incram Ashland, Ala. R. M. Molpus . . 

Harold Jones Springville, Ala. Freddie Morris . 

Jack Osborne Lewistown, Mont. 



. . . Mobile, Ala. 
Brownsville, Tenn. 



Class of 1937 

Leo Brazil Millport, Ala. Leslie Fuqua Birmingham, Ala. 

Edward Chojnowski . . . Cleveland, Ohio Godfrey Glenn .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Raymond Christian . . . Northport, Ala. Wilson Waits Oxford, Ala. 

Charles Wilcox Mobile, Ala. 

Class of 1938 

Charles Bell Townley, Ala. J. T. Johnson .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Billy Hugh Fennell . . Tarrant City, Ala. Robert Killingsworth . Birmingham, Ala. 

Euel Johnson .... Tarrant City, Ala. Morris Pickens Sheffield, Ala. 

James Sharbutt Vincent, Ala. 



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I love the pin you let me wear, 
I love the Greek, that's written there, 
I love the violets, flowers of Spring, 
I love the message that they bring, 
I love the diamond and clasped hand, 
I love the best pin in all the land. 
I love to wear you close to my heart, 
For I love you Alpha Delta Pi. 



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ALPHA DELTA PI 

Founded at Wesleyan College, 1851 



Colors: Blue and White 



KAPPA CHAPTER 

Established 1010 at Howard College 
Publication: "Adelphian." 



Flower: Violet 



SORORES IN FACULTATE 
Mrs. A. W. Embry Lenora Holloway 



Elizabeth Nations 



Graduate Students 

Oneonta, Ala. Erin Wallace . 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Martha Brasfiei.d 



Sorores in Collegio 

Class of 1935 
Dora, Ala. Hardee Martin 



Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1936 



Gladys Alldredge 
Velma Neal . . 



. Brooksville, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Marjorie Smith . . 
Elizabeth Weakley 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1937 

Grace Anderson .... Thomasville, Ala. Catherine Ham .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Molly Anderton . . . Birmingham, Ala. Mary Nell Hearn . . . Albertville, Ala. 

Mary Lillian Bradford . Birmingham, Ala. Ernestine Jones .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Grace Fuller Perryville, Ala. Jean Loyd Birmingham, Ala. 

Juliette Fuller .... Perryville, Ala. Irene Martin Albertville, Ala. 

Elizabeth Gourley . . Birmingham, Ala Ruih Patterson .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Class of 1938 

Sara Ellard Blackburn . Birmingham, Ala. Ruth Kyle Birmingham, Ala. 

Doris Corbett .... Birmingham, Ala. Clyde Leftwich .... Birmingham, Ala. 

Mary Catherine Hill . Birmingham, Ala. Merle McCarty . . . Birmingham, Ala. 

Mary Amelia Hocg . . Birmingham, Ala. Doris Smith Birmingham, Ala. 

Evelyn Jacks Birmingham, Ala. Mary Jane Watkins . . Birmingham, Ala. 



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Founded at Wesleyan College, 1852 



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ALPHA GAMMA CHAPTER 



Eitablishrd /qj/ at Howard Collcgi 



Colors: Old Rose and White 



Floiver: Enchantress Carnation 



Publication: "The Aglaia" 



SORORES IN FACULTATE 
Annie Boyf.it Mable Willoughby 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1935 



Evelyn Ansley . 
Doius Bridges . . 
Wit. ma Collins . 
Evelyn Grimmer 
Bess McComas . 



Birmingham, Ala 
Birmingham, Ala 
Birmingham, Al 1 

Birmingham, Al 1. 
Birmingham, Ala 



Clara McEachern 
Margaret Padgett 
Marjorie Roper . 
Evelyn Sudduth . 
Dorothy Walker 



. . . Louisville, Ala. 
South Pittsburgh, Tenn. 
. . Birmingham, Ala. 
. . Birmingham, Ala 
. . Birmingham, Ala. 



Marjorie Derby . . 
Katie Lou Hammett 



Class of 1936 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Elizabeth McNeil . 
Geraldine Patterson 



Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 



Class of 1937 



Martha Jule Blackshear . Headland, Ala. 
Catherine Covington . . Birmingham, Ala. 
Dorothy Pratt Hicks . . . Gadsden, Ala. 
Martha Huggins . . . Birmingham, Ala 

Mary Wattie Wilson 



Josephine Lenz . 
Shirley Patrick . 
Louise Powell . 
Jane Wheeler . . 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



Birmingham, Ala. 
. . Fairfield, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
. . Roebuck, Ala. 



Class of 1938 

Marie Bass Birmingham, Ala. Ova Lee McCutcheon 

Sara Elizabeth Bryant . Birmingham, Ala. Anita Pass .... 

Mary Allison Busbee . Birmingham, Ala. Mary Katherine Pass . 

Sarah Farley Madison, Ala. Myrna Reeves . . . 

Maralyn Hardy Clanton, Ala. Evelyn Riddle . . . 

Martha Hargrove . . . Birmingham, Ala Evelyn Rosser . . . 

Jane Elliot Lampkin . . Birmingham, Ala. Irene Self 

Lois Tiller Birmingham, Ala. 



. Clanton, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
Birmingham, Ala. 
. Birmingham, Ala. 



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BETA SIGMA OMICRON 

.Founded at Rlissouri, il 



Cs-^A^n, 



Colors: Pink and Red 



BETA BETA CHAPTER 

Established /Qjj at Howard College 

Flowers: Killarney Rose and Richmond Rose 
Publication: "The Urn" 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1 935 

Isabella Davies Birmingham, Alabama 

Evelyn Calhoun Johnson . . . . ... Birmingham, Alabama 

Class of jgj6 

Ellen Mae Perry . Birmingham, Alabama 

Dorothy Wilder Birmingham, Alabama 

Lula Jeanette Wright Bessemer, Alabama 

Class of IQJJ 

Lucille Black .... Birmingham, Alabama 

Martha Michaels Birmingham, Alabama 

Mary Lou Miller Birmingham, Alabama 

Emily Mitchell Birmingham, Alabama 

Class of igjS 

Gracye Dell Sims . . .... Birmingham, Alabama 

Marcaret Wilson Pinson, Alabama 





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DELTA ZETA 

Founded at Miami University, IQ02 



ALPHA PI CHAPTER 

Establislied IQ2J. at Howard College 



Colors: Old Rose and Vieux Green 



Flower: Killarney Rose 



Publication: "The Lamp" 



SORORES IN FACULTATE 
Mrs. W. E. Bohannon Annabell Hendon 

SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1 935 

Glendolyn Cole ... Birmingham, Alabama 

Vircinia Eagles . . Birmingham, Alabama 

Ethel Howle .... Birmingham, Alabama 

Leonte Save .... . . . Birmingham, Alabama 

Idell Turner Columbiana, Alabama 

Class of 1936 

Bernice Bellsnyder Birmingham, Alabama 

Varina Smith Birmingham, Alabama 

Class of 1937 

Martha Burns Birmingham, Alabama 

Rebecca Daily Birmingham, Alabama 

Class of 193S 

Marguerite Beckett Andalusia, Alabama 

Sara Ferrell Birmingham, Alabama 

Jimmie Gravlee Birmingham, Alabama 

Dorothy Gvvin Bessemer, Alabama 

Margaret Hendrix Birmingham, Alabama 

Mary Montague Birmingham, Alabama 

Jacqueline Prince Birmingham, Alabama 

Mary Pat Thornton Birmingham, Alabama 



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Vi 



BETA PHI ALPHA 

Founded at University of California, IQOQ 



i^ttHTi) 



SIGMA CHAPTER 

Established 102B at Howard College 
Colors: Green and Gold Flower: Yellow Tea Rose 

Publication: "Aldebaran" 

SOROR IN FACULTATE 
Dennie Mae Mackey 

sorores in collegio 
Class of 1935 

Ruth Graves Birmingham, Alabama 

Angeline Howell Birmingham, Alabama 

Class of 1936 

Theo Bozeman Moore Birmingham, Alabama 

Mildred Wilkinson Birmingham, Alabama 

Carolyn Willis Birmingham, Alabama 

Class of 1937 
Kathareen Livingston Birmingham, Alabama 

Class of 1938 

Ann Barbour West Blocton, Alabama 

Charlotte Nesom Dayton, Ohio 

Ruth Wright Birmingham, Alabama 

Mildred Wyers Birmingham, Alabama 



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ALPHA DELTA THETA 

Founded at Transylvania College, 1924. 



(T^b<rz 



Colors: Red, Silver, and Blue 



PI CHAPTER 

Established 1920 at llciuard College 
Publication: "Portals" 



Floixer: Sweet Pea 



SORORES IN COLLEGIO 

Class of 1935 

Barbara Moose ... Birmingham, Alabama 

Mildred Rhodes .... Birmingham, Alabama 

Class of 1937 

Rosemary Crook Birmingham, Alabama 

Evelyn Howard Birmingham, Alabama 

Libby Jean Reeves Birmingham, Alabama 

Marjorie Ann Rinker Birmingham, Alabama 

Jeanette Rogers Morris, Alabama 

Class of 1938 

Dorothy Bryan Birmingham, Alabama 

Cora Crane Birmingham, Alabama 

Frances Faust Cullman, Alabama 

Margaret Gore Birmingham, Alabama 

Eloise Hyatt Cullman, Alabama 

Vircinia Wann Birmingham, Alabama 

Mary Warren Hanceville, Alabama 



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WOMEN'S PAN-HELLENIC ASSOCIATION 

Purpose of this Organization: 

i . To work together for the good of the college and all its women students. 
2. By cooperation to benefit the fraternities of the college and to unify the interest of 
the fraternity and non-fraternity women. 

Founded at Howard College in IQ20 

Officers 

Ellen Mae Perry B20 President 

Mildred Wilkinson B * A Vice-President 

Barbara Moose A A 6 Secretary 

Hardee Martin A A IT . . Treasurer 

Representatives 

Hardee Martin AAII Beth Weakley 

Doris Bridges * M Bess McComas 

Isabella Davies B 2 O Emily Mitchell 

Virginia Eagles A Z Ethel Hovvle 

Ruth Graves B * A Mildred Wilkinson- 
Rosemary Crook A A 9 Barbara Moose 



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ND NOWx 

The STUDENT 
ACTIVITIES 



7 HE college of today 
presents a cross sec- 
tion of modern life. In 
the following pages we of- 
fer a kaleidoscopic view 
of some of the worthwhile 
activities at Howard Col- 
lege. 












STUDENT COUNCIL 

Officers 

Robert Allen President 

Tom Garner Vice-President 

Ethel Howle Secretary 

Mildred Wilkinson Treasurer 

Senior Representatives 
Evelyn Anslev Everett Ingram 

John Mii.ford Leonte Saye 

Junior Representatives 

Henry Allen Parker Ellen Mae Perry 

Otho Bruce 

Sophomore Representatives 
Harold Carter Jean Loyd 

Freshman Representative 
Mildred Wyers 



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BETA PI THETA 

\ ttional Honorary French Fraternity 
I "mult .1 in Birmingham, i 

TIM I \ \l CHAPTER 

Colors: Royal Purple, Gold and Whit< / i Fleui di lia 

OlIUIKs 

l>\\ Watkiks ... President 

I hi.. BoZEMAN MOORJ /;,, President 

Evelyn Ansley . . s, ,,,iaiy 

I \ \ II \K..K \\ I . / I, .Kill, I 

Lawri \u (.kiik . . ... Chaplain 

JOHN NEWFIELD I{,f-',il,i 

V \ki\ \ sm i ion s.miiii . . Pianist 

Ml Ml! I KS 
\ II'. I oki I Ch IMI I urn BOZI M \s MOORI 

I m Lawrence Greer Ruth Patteri 

I II t BANn I ■ \ II \m.K w i [ohk Roci ks 

Martha Buri Martha Huocins Varjna Shelton Smith 

M \K^ I oi Mil i m. 



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B. S, U. 

Purpose: R. S. U. is connecting link between the college and the church. It functions 
to correlate all Christian activities on the college campus. 

Officers 

Henry Allen Parker President 

John Hingson First Vice-President 

Gussie Heifner Second Vice-President 

Charles Barnes ....-• Co-Second Vice-President 

John Isom Third Vice-President 

Sam Sayers Co-Third Vice-President 

Julia Reaves Secretary 

Clara McEachern Treasurer 

William Milne Chorister 

Davie Napier Pianist 

Robert Lankkord ..... Baptist Student Magazine 
Hugh Frank Smith Reporter 

Representatives 

McKinley Gili.iland R. Y. P. U. (jr. Sr.) 

Charles Granade B. Y. P. U. (Soph. Jr.) 

Howard Weaver Sunday School 

Evelyn Ansley Co-Sunday School 

Charles Granade . Ministerial Association 

McKinley Gilliland Mission Band 

Eloise Denton . Y. IV. A. 

Virginia Eagles Y. IV. C. A. 

Olin Wilson Y. M. C. A. 



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Y. W. C. A. 

( )l I HI KS 

Virginia Bon I \i.ih ....... President 

1)1 kton Via President 

Evelyn Awn . . Secretary 

Mm i it Asm kh.s ....... . . Treasure! 

Bus McComas . . . . a*, portt i 

I mis Mm I'ikki Directoi of Freshman Commission 

Kt ii \i\ . , Faculty tdvisoi 

M\k\ms II \ki i s President, Freshman Commission 



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McComas, Bell, C. Smith, H. F. Smith 

PUBLICATIONS 

Entre Nous Staff 

Bess Comas Editor 

Jack Bell Business Manager 

Hugh Frank Smith Honorary Associate 

Martha Huggins Assistant Editor 

Robert Peake Feature Editor 

Class Editors 

Wilma Collins Lois Tiller Thomas Garner 

Velma Neal Preston Langston Hubert Mate 

Iduma Self Morgan Scott 

Activities Editors 

Virginia Eagles Idell Turner Parks Redwtne 

Ruth Graves Otho Bruce John Rogers 

Athletic Editors Fraternity Editors 

Mary Ellen Adkins Pete Allen Isabella Davies Herbert Browne 

Secretary to Editor 
Helen Raymond 

• 

Crimson Staff 

Hugh Frank Smith Editor 

J. Claude Smith Business Manager 



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KAPPA PSI FRATERNITY 

Founded at Medical Colli <■/< of I irginia, t8yQ 
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THE TRIDENT CLUB 

The purpose of the Trident Club is to stimulate high ideals among the men students 
of the college and to recognize the attainment of these ideals among members of the 

Junior Class. 

Officers 

John Rogers President 

John Milford Vice-President 

Lawrence Greer Secretary 

Carl Bordenca Treasurer 

Members 
Robert Allen 
John Miglionico 
Fred Phillips 



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HYPATIA 

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Colors. White and Gold Flower: Yellow Rose 

Officers 

Clara McEachern President 

Eva Hargrave Via President 

Lbonti Say] Secretary Treasurer 

I i mi I L«ON< Chaplain 

EVELYN AnSLEI Historian 

Virginia Eaglbs Monitor 

Members 

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Colors: Orange and Blue 



CHI ALPHA SIGMA 

Honorary Chemical Fraternity 
Founded at Howard College, JQ2Q 



Flower: White Rose 



Faculty Members 
Dr. Robert J. Taylor Dr. John Xan 

Officers 

Paul Tarrant President 

Homer Strickland Vice-President 

Mildred Rhodes Secretary-Treasurer 

Mitchell Domcrow Reporter 



Members 



Raymond Bell 
Carl Bordenca 
William Chandler 
Archie Freeman 
Charles Green 
Walter Harper 



Byron Massey 
Joel Morris 
Charles Nixon 
Leonte Saye 
Robert Simmons 
Forrest Trice 



Howard Weaver 



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THE HOWARD MASQUERS 



Officers 

Lee McBride White President 

Evelyn Ansley Vice-President 

Martha Huggins Secretary 

Glendolyn Cole Treasurer 



Members 



Robert Allen 
mollie anderton 
Doris Bridges 
Otho Bruce 
Martha Burns 
Howard Burton 
Frances Faust 
Arnold Goldner 
Eloise Hyatt 
J. B. King 
Robert Lankford 



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Alex McCutcheon 
David Napier 
John Nevvfield 
Henry Parker 
Myrna Reeves 
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Ed Spencer 
Dennis Smartt 
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 



1 In (iirl-' Glee Club was organized t" promote an interest in music among the women oi 
Howard College and t" lecurc tor llm%.iril .1 place in the musical circles oi American colleges 

Bertha Sbverin-FrobTj Director 

Officers 

El mu I 1 uni Low President 

> Jea* Reeves Vice-President 

\\s \u*v.\ Secretary Treasurer 

1 wi PRATr Librarian 

li» wok Akendau Reporter 

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Eleanor. Arendali Evelyn Jacks Mei Scakborouch 

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'Late lies the wintry sun a-bed, 
cA frosty, fiery sleepy-head; 
blinks but an hour or two; and then, 
oA blood-red orange, sets again." 

— Robert L. Stevenson. 




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LOUIE'S LOG 

SI l'l l Mill R 

ii — Freshmen wrander in to register, but not with upperclassmen. 

12 — Smith, Smith ami Companj produce first product. Evidences < » t big-time stuff. 

Evelyn Jacks comments on gravure section. 

ts name pledges. M.m> names given to some.) More freshmen than ever 

before .ire found to have pledged. Anti-frat pints gnash teeth. Dombrow and 

Napier rejoice tli.it Pi Kappa Phis give nut of pledge pins. A. I.. T.'s with .24 

Pi Kappa Phis with Smart and Sigma Nus with I laic have must to regret. 

Bales tells the one ah<»ut tin- tanner who went t<> tin- /o<>. Phi Miin have spend 

the-night. Pi kaps help. Sororities announce pledges. Phi Mus had with i(>. 

and McCutcheon. A. I ). I'i- get Corbett. 

Politics become warm. Line-ups function. Parker, McComas, and Peake seen 

m discussion. 
.27 — Amasa B. Windham, tin- perennial Pan, announces In- will nut return to school. 

I pperclassmen rejoice, Si^s mourn, freshmen wonder. 

< >CT< >BER 

2 — Freshmen elect, aided h\ Cnhh and Bridges, Peake looks on. 

j — Delta Kappa's trj out — Otho Bruce and Alex McCutcheon wield big stick. Floyd 

buys place in club. 
5 — Si^ma Nus give then 678th successive Sundaj afternoon tea— honoring A. I >. I'is. 

I White writes column foi News column is printed side bj side with B'ham.- 

Southern gossip. White turns green. 
16 — Graves, [nman, and Machen announce thej will he at Duck Inn this season. 

tcna loses feminine trade. McComas announces Staff sets deadline on an- 
nual subscriptions on December is. Hell rubs hands, l: i i n s. : Hargrove looks for 
tlow crs. 
20 — Rat courts begin. Smell of burning cloth begins to he noticed on campus. Pan 
Hellenic decides to gel roused over rules concerning fraternitj dances. Hums 
- Howard's virtue must he preserved. 
21 — 1 umble I M ite, still wearing 1. S. S. expression, hursts into Crimson office with 
news scoop. Editors use it for filler. Barbara Moose has picture in edition 
Smith expects hid to dance. Dr. Mason mentions Anglo-Saxon monosyllables 

in class. Co-eds hlush. 

22— Awful fact disclose,! that I'i K. A.'s have pink and green bathroom. Campus 

decides it was decorated in honor ol Harper and Lindsey. 
2 J — ContTOVerS) held in Chapel as to edition of annual. Norn shines, Kcdwinc squeaks 

and Allen doesn't know. Wheeler predicts foi second consecutive year that this 

year's glee club will be best ever. 
24 — (mis' glee club organized for those who cannot appear in gym suits. 
27— White appointed parade director bj Windham VVheelei just gets furious. Dean 
ns announces eligibility ol Howard students for Rhodes scholarships. I. an 
hes prospects. Milford appears to be a disciple of, "If at lust -" 
28— Eagles returns from New Orleans with fishing storj and him the vice-president, 

tool S. P. I .'a announce transfer from Tuskegee. 

Dr. Bruce Payro addresses students on "Importance of Being Courageous." P 

Ansley, and Fuller leave with determination to get then man. I niversitj Club 

,l;in 3 u-e Hall attends in body. A. L. T.'s give annual possum hum. v. 

possum caught. 



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NOVEMBER 

10 — Sigma Nu's place three among high ten of Freshmen in Intelligence tests. No 

reason given. Dean urges spirit of gentleness to prevail during week before big 

game. 
ii — Hell announces for 276 5-8th's time that December 1st is deadline for Entre 

Nous pictures. 
12 — Masquers have tea at Mamie Mell Smith Hall. Delta Zeta's and A. L. T.'s 

attend in body. Goldner performs as an impromptu guest. Chojnowski says he 

didn't know the inside looked so good. 
13 — Thirty-two prospective beauties named. Many Venuses disappointed. Nine 

weeks exams begin — cramming aho begins — Brakefield embarrasses freshmen in 

class. 
20 — Girls' glee club in recital at Ruhama. Brazil and Fuqua sing tenor in quartet. 

Anything to help the girls along. 
24 — Teel and Company spoil homecoming for old grads and students. It sure was 

a swell game though. 
27 — Beauty Parade held. McCcmas and Huggins smile and mean it. Harrison shines 

in Tuxedo. 
28 — Pi Kappa Phis have dance despite Faculty ruling, Machen and Hearn finally 

arrive with aid of flashlight. 

DECEMBER 

1 — Pre-meds have party at Science Hall — fourteen gallons of formaldehyde and one 

pint of wood alcohol missing. 
5 — Lee White mentions Doris Bridges, Dorothy Walker and Martha Burns in his 
weekly column for the 725th consecutive time, 
14 — Sigma Nus have socially correct tea-dance, outsiders take note and make plans 

for Sigs' ostracization. 
15 — X'mas holidays begin — 

JANUARY 

2 — X'mas holidays over. School opens, students expected within two or three days. 
7 — Grissom finally gets job in Co-op as F. E. R. A. student. Pi K. Phis stage 
gambling drive to pay for new house. Get deeper in debt. 

10 — College has tea at Smith Hall in honor of high school Seniors. Prospects meet 
McClure, and decide to go to Southern. 

11 — Unidentified student buys cold dope at Co-op — Cole beams, while campus is 
dubious. Student Council has meeting and asks for account of Student Activity 
fees. 

13 — Ed. Chojnowski returns to school. 

15 — Pan-Hellenic plans dance. Motion carried to have Raymond Bell lead the pro- 
cession. 

16 — McClure tells Student Activity Fee gripers where to get off. Gripers have mass 
meeting. Both attend. 

18 — Semester exams begin. 

26 — Exams over — Pi K. A.'s have party. Tom Floyd attends again. 

27 — Sunday. Students sleep. 

28 — Registration begins, chaos, confusion and "Shylock" Eagles reign. Howard stu- 
dents who have a dime left decide to go to the walkathon. 

31 — Pan-Hellenic dance. Fay Askew attends — Y. M. C. A. shudders. 



11 BR1 AIH 

i — Freshmen >till unpledged begin looking around for a likelj Lodge Pi K. Phis 

lixik. tut unpledged freshmen. 
3 — S i N take pledges and rusheea to church to demonstrate good moral in- 
fluence. Manj members attend foi first time. Sundaj afternoon is spent quietly 
in button-holing freshmen. 
4 — First all-school chape] is held. Ncal extends welcome to new suns and dotters 
cit Howard. Suns and dotters have difficult] in ti 1 1* 1 1 m li -cits. Harbin says he 
didn't know this room was the Chapel. 

Bordenca retains library position, which is In- titrh service to college. 
8 I >:.:.! Telford, Judson Colle) and Chu Chin Chow plan trip to ( >I<1 Countrj 

on. 
ii — Regular Howard radio program given under direction of Mrs. Frost. Jacks and 

\1 v • - ng duet Anslej Bruce tall- for Jacks. 
13 — Archerj Class started. Jeopardizes lives of hundreds of students. Students de- 
cide t<i buy machine gun in measure of defense. 
14 — Smith blathers in editorial something about Campus Beautification. Louie didn't 
nad it either. 
Jim Stuart registers. 
17 — Quorum tail- to attend Student Council meeting. Allen gets wroth and makes 
tement. 

V I . I >. sucks m three. 

25 — Pen rod and Wood meet in grudge ping-pong game —Wood stuffs cotton in ears 
and wins. 
\le\ McCutcheon writes something or other in Crimson about Delta Kappa. 

M lybe he's trying to ^et up a debate. 

I dim. 111 Club. Beta Omicron, brainstorm <>t Sink Peake, is thrown out again 
racket. 

MARCH 

1 — Prof. W. II. ( Butch) Crane, discusses hydrolysis with comparative anatomj class. 

Chapel exercises desecrated b) tardiness of pre-meds. Dr. Neal s;i\s professors 

ott to cooperate. 
4— v \ N and A. I). IV seen together in preparation for forthcoming election. 

A. I'. Pi freshmen serve as drawing card mi I beta Kappa Nus. 

Wheeler and Parker. Ingram and Hammett, K\tle and Smith, Machen and Mi 

Cutcheon, Howie and Langston, McBride and Bridges, look forward to coming 

of spring. Prof. M fell-o Taylor gives freshman chemistry class cut. 

Quill deadline is announced. Louie trusts this means epitaph. 
13 — Prof. Bales completes broadcasting station. Fifty-three students plan to concen- 
trate in ph\ sics. 
17 — Dr. I l.ne \11u-heard this nne ) Wheeler announces Glee Club trip. "Squint" 

Reynolds begins grin practice. Malone starts writing train letters. 

1 'tli" l!i ice seems to have replaced J. B. King in Doris Corbett's affections. 
23— 1 dgai Blackburn and Miss Thackei are seen on occasion gazing into each others 

eyes. Melvine Hyatt mourns the passing of another good guy. 

v mud hi seven ja s Montague 4"s to hear Herbert Browne discuss Shakespeare 

hi somebod) t<n 423rd time this season. 

J committee refuses to allow spring dance. Sigma No's petition for tea 

dance and continue dancing lessons. Thcta Kaps plan Queenstown part) in con 

junction with Alpha Delta Thetas. 



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APRIL 

i — Dombrow blasts at Fraternity Monopolies in student body offices. Ponders on 

calling Sam Wallace to officiate in Spring elections. C. B. S. G. organized by 

Master Mind. 
4 — Fuss over fraternity pages in annual is started at Pan-Hellenic meeting. Bell 

chaws nails. 
6 — Petitions of C. B. S. G. candidates mysteriously disappear from bulletin-boards. 

Dombrow hints at plot to assassinate him. Students hope plot works. 
7 — Preachers spend time getting married. 

8 — Charles Sharp is robbed of thirty-seven cents on his way to a date. Faculty re- 
ceives second salary cut. Eagles makes another payment on new car. 
io — Mae West makes appearance in new picture at Homewood Theater. Audience 

is predominantly Howard. 
12 — Political coalitions are in the making as election date approaches. Napier had 

rather be half-right than vice-president. 
13 — Parties finally find ten men to run on their tickets. Try to abolish other offices. 

Colley makes plans to graduate from Woodlawn High. 
15 — Candidates pass out cigars — Party platforms appear. Parker and King strut. 

Louie wonders why. 
16 — Fraternities have initiations — officers have dinner-dates. Askew, hi-fellows-hood, 

appoints Y. M. C. A. Committee. 
1 7 — Cold spell freezes smiles on candidates. 
18 — Barrymore Hearn and Jesse Hall Colley overheard in conversation about "ginks." 

High school fillies plan joint tea. 
19 — Teetotaler Eubanks reaches English class still celebrating New Years. Makes 

now famous reply, "I ain't sleepy; I'm just terribly bored." 
20 — Goldner hopes to appear in Hamlet. Newfield, Goldberg, and Goldstein wear 

best smiles. 
21 — Tom Forrester studies "Vanity Fair" and "Harper's Bazaar" — Sharp borrows 

magazine. Buel Warren peers over shoulder. Morons continue activities. 
23 — Lonnie D. Lindsey receives offer to pose for "Tuskegee Bell" hair dressing com- 
pany. 
25 — Norman Cooper has tea-date with Sarah Ellard Blackburn. 
27 — Co-op quintet begins serious operation. Cole announces 50 per cent decrease in 

sales. 

MAY 

4 — Woodlawn High School May Day. Hearn, Graves, H. J. and B. J. Colley, and 
others attend. Howard delegation looks self-conscious. Jenson bursts forth in 
ensemble of blue coat, linen vest, and cream pants. 
5 — Pharmacy class recovers from party of night before — Candidates for degrees 

begin cramming for comprehensives. 
6 — Fair and warmer — hotter for seniors. 
12 — Sunday. 

1 7 — Exams begin. Students start petition to have exams given on campus lawn. 
24 — Milford sings swan song — Prof. Crane discusses hydrolysis. Prof. Hendricks 
bemoans French, Prof. Bales tells one about farmer at the zoo, Prof. Eagles 
beams. Askew appoints "Y" cabinet. Parker dons white shoes. Hargrove gets 
flowers — Colley whistles "My Gal Sal." Evelyn Ansley gripes. McCutcheon 
smiles. Gravelee grins. McClure schemes. 
25 — Printer forecloses on Louie. 

Your faithful servant, 

Louie. 



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Howard College is alive with the hardy vigor of 
ninety-three years of increasing usefulness and prestige. 
It is a friendly school. It offers advantages, educational, 
cultural, and recreational, such as only a large city af- 
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That Howard's enrollment has not fallen off even 
in these bad years. 

That the Senior Class for years now has been 
larger than the entire student body in 1900. 

That Howard has outstanding Missionaries in 
China, South Africa, Japan, Palestine, and other 
foreign fields. 

That an alumnus is in the diplomatic service in 
Paris, France. 

That a Howard alumnus is now president of 
Howard. 

That a Howard alumnus is now head of the 
Department of Spanish in Ohio State University. 

That a Howard graduate was former Federal Dis- 
trict Attorney in New York. 

That a former Chief Justice of the Supreme 
Court of Alabama was a Howard graduate. 

That five Howard professors are authors of text 
books, and nearly all professors are authors of 
scho'arly articles. 

That Howard has a trained specialist as director 

of physical education. 

That two Howard graduates were chosen in con- 
secutive years for Rhodes Scholarships. 

That Howard has probably the best departments 
in Chemistry, Physics and Biology in the South. 

That the Dean of the College of Pharmacy, 
University of Tennessee, is a Howard graduate and 
that he is author of widely used text books. 

That a Howard professor is organist in the 
largest Baptist church in Alabama, and is a musi- 
cian of international celebrity as a composer. 

That Doctor William Thomas, Professor of Greek 
and Latin was the Fourth of July orator in Athens, 
Greece, a few summers age. 

That Howard is a leader in the technical aca- 
demic teaching of Religious Education. 

That Howard graduates have taught and are 
teaching in some thirty leading colleges and uni- 
versities of this country. 



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